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I was looking for it at Computex, I couldn’t find it being publicly demonstrated yet, but here it is on a 1-minute video. This new OMAP4470 ARM Powered Laptop from Toshiba looks nice! Now it’s going to be even nicer when/if it gets confirmed that this new Toshiba ARM Powered Laptop can legally multi-boot with Android, Chrome OS and Ubuntu and preferably be sold well below $500 with or without the hopefully optional $85 Windows RT licence.
- Toshiba’s Windows 8 RT laptop gets demoed by TI (video) (engadget.com)
- Toshiba Windows RT tablet shown in new video (neowin.net)
- Texas Instruments Goes Windows 8 RT on its OMAP 4470 SOC [Video] (netbooknews.com)
- Windows RT on Texas Instruments’ OMAP 4 reference tablet (photos) (theverge.com)
- Windows RT Texas Instruments development platform tablet hands-on (slashgear.com)
- Toshiba shows off first Windows 8 prototypes: convertibles, sliders, and tablets (theverge.com)
- Texas Instruments shows off a Windows RT notebook prototype (liliputing.com)
- Snapdragon S4 laptops are in production for Windows RT, says Qualcomm’s Rob Chandhok (theverge.com)
Just dock your Ubuntu on Android enabled phone to a dock and it outputs Ubuntu on your monitor/HDTV all powered by your ARM Powered phone. Is Canonical going to be able to convince all device makers to pay for it and to support it? Should Canonical try to make it an apk in the Google Play Store, based on the Android Native Code Development Kit for it to work on most current Android phones?
VIA shows it’s 49 USD computer, it is powered by a Wondermedia WM8750 (ARM11 SoC) at 800MHz. It is distributed with Android and supports 720p playback, has 4 USB 2.0 port, one 100Mbps Ethernet port, one VGA out and one HDMI out port, and standard analog input/output audio. It is build in a Neo-ITX form factor that allows to be used on any case that support Micro-ATX, it is expected to be released at the end of June 2012.
- VIA to sell $49 Android PC that will handle 720p video (thetechblock.com)
- VIA launches “Android PC” mini ARM-based system (h-online.com)
- Via Announces $49 PC With Android OS (pcworld.com)
- Raspberry Pi not enough for you? How about a $49 Android PC? (betanews.com)
- VIA Is Still At It: They Launched A $49 ARM PC (phoronix.com)
- VIA unveils $50, Android-powered APC (electronista.com)
- VIA launches $49 Android PC (geek.com)
- VIA’s $49 Android-Based Mini-PC is No Bigger Than a Banana (tomshardware.com)
- VIA announces $49 Android-based PC; coming in July (neowin.net)
- Another tiny computer: VIA’s $49 APC offers Android, HDMI video out (arstechnica.com)
Geniatech probably is one of the lead partners of AmLogic in the Set-top-box space, here also presenting the first AmLogic based HDMI stick.